Definition of circumambience in English:



literary, formal

See circumambient

‘In the midst of all the dismal circumambience we still can have hope and can afford to smile.’
  • ‘With the circumambience of vast grassland, the heavenly lake is also a fairyland for yaks, sheep, horses, and other wild animals wandering around.’
  • ‘Awareness of the proximity of the shifting tide-line and the littoral circumambience had much to do with it.’
  • ‘Around this hall the path of circumambience is also built.’
  • ‘The positiveness of the colors becomes resolved in the circumambience of light.’